Posted by Mimi on March 22, 2011 · 1 Comment
Grandparents should be as supportive as a good recliner, and how better to help your college-bound teenage grandchildren than by doing some research for them regarding college scholarships? The experts say even Freshman and Sophomore yrs. of high school aren’t too early to start checking out your options and what you need to do to get where you want to go.
I’m a huge Jean Chatzky fan, (Money Editor of the Today Show). When I heard her mention that a gentleman named Mark Kantrowitz, Publisher of the FinAid and FastWeb web sites owned by Monster Worldwide was the person to listen to regarding college students and financial aid I decided to check it out and pass it along to you.
FastWeb is an acronym for (F)inancial (A)id (S)earch, and it’s a free online scholarship matching and search service founded in 1995 by Internet pioneer Larry Organ. FastWeb offers a myriad of services with stellar recommendations, and definitely sounds like the “go to” site for starting that college scholarship/financial aid journey.
This is what FastWeb offers: